Forgive my absence for two months on the project (I’m very upset about this.) But, I wanted to share this belated shot on a beautiful September fall day in Flatiron. The light hits the tree beautifully but enhancing its bright green leaves as they hang on for another month or so!
In our current technology generation, it has never been such a powerful tool for change as it has been with Invisible Children and the Stop Kony 2012 campaign.
The basics: for almost a decade, three young film makers set out to make a film about Uganda. What they didn’t realize was the personal impact meeting the young children of the country would make on them to become part of a bigger mission — to capture Joseph Kony. Kony is a militant who’s been abducting children and either killing them or forcing them to join his army and kill others for the past decade in various cities in Uganda and neighboring states.
There’s not much more I need to say until you watch this video for yourself. I can honestly say I don’t remember the last time I’ve been so moved by a cause and effort as strong as this one. What people say is true – every voice counts, no matter how big or small.
Here are ways that you can help:
- SPREAD THIS VIDEO VIRALLY
- Donate to Invisible Children: causes.com/donatekony2012
- Purchase KONY 2012 products: invisiblechildrenstore.myshopify.com/
- Sign the Pledge: causes.com/konypledge